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On SAGE Insight: Powerful substances in tiny amounts: An interview study of psychedelic microdosing

To microdose a psychedelic drug means to take a dose small enough to provide no intoxication or significant alteration of consciousness. Microdosing has been growing in popularity and visibility in recent years, and has received substantial media coverage. However, it … Continue reading

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Nonengagement in HIV Care

Nonengagement in HIV Care A Descriptive and Qualitative Study in Hospitalized Patients and Community-Based Analysis From Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (JIAPAC) The population with known diagnosed HIV infection in the United States that is not … Continue reading

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Understanding the spiritual needs of dying patients

The understanding of spirituality and the potential role of spiritual care in end-of-life and palliative care: a meta-study of qualitative research From Palliative Medicine Patients confronted with death often engage in spiritual reflection with an increased questioning and searching for … Continue reading

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